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that to a facebook account? i don't know. >>shepard: in syria, reports of killings and kidnappings and bodies in the street. the man who shot president reagan wants to live among the rest of us outside the mental hospital, and a doctor says, he is ready! what makes scottrade your smartphone's most powerful trading app ? total access - to everything. from idea to research to trade. including financials, indicators and real-time streaming quotes. whether you check your investments every day or every minute, our app can take them from thought to trade. at scottrade, seven-dollar trades are just the start. try our powerful mobile app. it's another reason more investors are saying... i'm with scottrade. i wish my patients could see what i see. ♪ that over time, having high cholesterol plus diabetes... or high blood pressure... or family history of early heart disease... can put them at increased risk for plaque buildup. and they'd see that it's more important to get their cholesterol where their doctor wants. and why for these patients, when diet and exercise alone aren't enough, i prescribe cre
at the hospital. that is later in the grapevine. up next, the rocky road to peace in syria. >> shannon: in world headlines the trial of former egyptian president hosni mubarak resumed in cairo. the 83-year-old mubarak was taken to courthouse in ambulance. he is charged with complicity in killing 800 protesters earlier in year and could face the death penalty if convicted. >>> a brawl erupted at churches of nativity at the west bank. happened as orthodox monks were cleaning the facility. palestinian police broke it up. similar fights have taken place at the church in the past. >>> iranian exiles in iraq accepted a deal to move 400 residents to camp liberty by the end of the year. state department spokesman says no decision has been made rather to remove the group on the list of the terrorist organization. they fired a block at exile today. no casualties were reported. the state department is urging syria to provide access to arab league monitors. leland vittert reports on the effort to end the government crackdown on dissent. >> gunfire and arrest tillly barrages -- artillery barrages to take cov
at the hospital. that is later in the grapevine. up next, the rocky road to peace in syria. [ male announcer ] cranberry juice? wake up! ♪ that's good morning, veggie style. hmmm [ male announcer ] for half the calories -- plus veggie nutrition. could've had a v8. for many, nexium helps. relieve heartburn symptoms caused by acid reflux disease. osteoporosis-related bone fractures and low magnesium levels have been seen with nexium. possible side effects include headache, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. other serious stomach conditions may still exist. talk to your doctor about nexium. >> shannon: in world headlines the trial of former egyptian president hosni mubarak resumed in cairo. the 83-year-old mubarak was taken to courthouse in ambulance. he is charged with complicity in killing 800 protesters earlier in year and could face the death penalty if convicted. >>> a brawl erupted at churches of nativity at the west bank. happened as orthodox monks were cleaning the facility. palestinian police broke it up. similar fights have taken place at the church in the past. >>> iranian exiles in ira
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more problems with syria. >> absolutely. there are some differences here. president obama wants president assad in syria to step down. prime minister amaliki in walk has not done that president obama basically said that's not because iran is pulling the strings. it's just because prime minister amaliki is trying to assert himself here and he doesn't believe sanctions against syria is the way to go. president obama is trying to hold that up as a sign that iraqis are standing on their own two feet in making a decision. >> big news today from the supreme court. the highest court is now set to rule on a controversial immigration crackdown once and foreall a. the decision may impact similar laws across our nation. the supreme court is taking up arizona's tough new law that targets illegal immigrants in that state. the legislation sparked widespread protests as i'm sure many of you remember. and a lawsuit from the white house. the federal appeals court has blocked several key parts from taking effect. one of those key measures requires police to check the immigration status of people
are recorded dead from attacks that could complicate the relationship between syria's government and the rest of the world after they blew up bombs in damascus. state division reporting that al qaeda may have plotted the attack but the activists say the government staged it all for propaganda purposes. of course, we cannot confirm any of this for ourselves because syria will to the allow our journalists to cover the unrest. the united nations estimating more than 5,000 people have lost their lives sin the uprising began in march. and jonathan hunt is like in our new york city newsroom. jonathan, the timing is suspect. correct? >>jonathan: to say the least. obviously, the arab league observers have just arrived in syria and suddenly in one of the most heavy especially guarded parts of the capital that has been on police lockdown for many months, you get these attacks happening. many opposition act visits believe this is the regime of assad trying to present the protesters not as democracy activists but as terrorists. that is why they believe assad's regime could have been actually behind the b
details on the slaughter in syria, the embattled central city say the military have pulled out tanks as the team of observers arrived there to see if president assad is keeping promises to withdraw tanks and troops from the cities andry lease the political prisoners. amateur video shows body bags and pools of blood. at least 30 dies in clashes there yesterday. of course, we cannot independently confirm that because syria banned 14 journalists and independent reporting. the united nations reports since the uprising against president assad began back in march, the violence has killed more than 4,000 people. and now, to our middle east newsroom, are things getting any better on the streets in syria? >>reporter: it depends on what standard you use. the latest reports from syria say the government is now going back to tear gassing protesters rather than using open artillery shells against them so that, in a way, it is an improvement. the latest video shows the tanks being pulled out of that city which was a relief to the citizens there because early in the week the tanks were used to leve
video surfacing in syria, showing a fresh round of violence over the weekend, leaving more than two dozen deaths. according to reports, tough to verify this stuff, but you can see it for yourself. what's happening today in that country really will give you pause. we have folks heading to the voting booth. the latest from there. >>> and why new reports about the newly crowned nbc milwaukee brewers outfielder ryan braun are disappointing many fans across this country. that's just ahead. ooh! see what anandra did? booking your flight and hotel at the same time gets you prices hotels and airlines won't let expedia show separately. book it. major wow factor! where you book matters. expedia. insurance ... but afraid you can't afford it? well, look how much insurance many people can get through selectquote for less than a dollar a day. selectquote found, rich, 37, a $500,000 policy for under $18 a month. even though dave, 43, takes meds to control his blood pressure, selectquote got him a $500,000 policy for under $28 a month. ellen, 47, got a $250,000 policy for under $20 a month. all it
fight against the government in syria >> chris: a federal appeals court ruled law branding telecommunication company immunity for helping the government with e-mail and telephone eavesdropping is legal. the decision affirms a lower court ruling that the foreign surveillance act known as fisa is constitutional. checking world headlines now, senior official in turkey says it appears an airstrike targeting kurdish rebels in iraq killed the cigarette smugglers instead. the 35 victims are all said to be under 30 years of age. and from an extended family. protesters upset over the bombing clash with police in istanbul. officers use tear gas and water cannons to disburse the crowd. egyptian soldiers and police reportedly raided non-governmental offices throughout country today. some u.s. based group were among those targeted. they were interrogated and computer files were searched. presence of arab league monitors have not stopped the killing in syria. activists say 26 more people were killed today. tonight, correspondent virtus looks at what is changing -- sport leland vittert lo
in syria. reports of roving death squads now roving the streets. why is the united states sending its ambassador back there? a live update ahead. >> shepard: well, we are in the mix now. secretary of state hillary clinton held a rare meeting in geneva, switzerland with members of syria's opposition today. and it happened as the syrian government reportedly continues to slaughter unarmed civilians. the united nations reports more than 4,000 civilians have died since the uprising began in march. syria has banned journalists from covering the blood shed, though some have gotten in. including reporter for sky news, which is our sister network in the united kingdom. he went undercover to witness the violence firsthand. here look. >> welcome to home. [gunfire] it's like this every day the snipers don't stop. nine people have died on this street corner this week. >> stewart ramsey of sky news. today, secretary clinton praised the syrian people for standing up to their president bashar assad's regime. >> i think syrians felt in exile and inside syria are behaving with great courage and commit
-third of the world's oil tanker traffic goes through the strait. iranian ally syria says more than 2,000 of the security forces have died in the past nine months. syria blames political turmoil on a foreign conspiracy aimed at toppaling the regime with president bashar assad. this is amateur video that shows the city of homs after government shelling in that area. arab league observers arrive in damascus, the question of what iran is doing to aid syria has become a pressing one. correspondent leland vittert has details. >> syria's powerful air force and army are among the most well-equipped in the middle east. with the russian fighter jet, attack helicopters and tanks, president bashar assad has threatened to use them all against his own people to stay in power. fox news learned that iran and the revolutionary guard are going to great lengths to help assad. that doesn't surprise the israeli minister for strategic affairs. >> syria is part of what is called axis of evil. >> as they reference the ammunition supplies in the eight-month massacre of the pro-democracy demonstrators, wester
world. >> asked about the noncommittal staff on the clash of syria. some see it as a sign of iraq alignment with iran that backs ally syria. both admit iraq was in a tough neighborhood. >> realize danger of sectarian war in iraq and syria. >> iraq, itself, the situation is not so tidy. >> the u.s. troops might be leaving iraq but problems remain. a couple of weeks ago, wall pros texting this market in the center of baghdad were taken down. a few days later, there were three bomb attacks leaving dead and injured. >> it's important to recognize iraq remains a dangerous place. all the threats are not gone. >> baghdad residents are targeted by a diminish and deadly al-qaeda network and militia groups said to be backed by iran. iran's influence in iraq as the u.s. leave is one of many worries here. many are angered but the muslim -- by muslim leaders strong-willed way. this kurd is diplomatic. >> the ruling class. in the community cannot be by a single leader. the political consensus now is important. >> for consensus on the baghdad street. the security concerns and economic worries ab
arrive in syria. these are monitors from the arab league who are now being urged to go to a city where there are new reports of a bloody government crackdown on civilians, at least 20 people killed. the nation's capital, ca maas da damascus, is reeling from coordinated bomb blasts. coming up, we'll have a live report from the region. julie: well, you know the loose-knit group of hackers known as anonymous? they have allegedly lifted credit card numbers from a major security firm. the victim is a security think tank, stratfor. the hackers allegedly stole credit card information in a robin hood-inspired stunt, and they charged these people's credit cards and donated it to charity. the web site is currently displaying this "under maintenance" message. this firm has suspended its server and e-mail in response. we're going to have more on this developing story a little later, we'll be talking to an expert here on the show, so stay tuned to that. rick: all right, looking forward to that. a nuclear saudi arabia, one of its princes hinting that the kingdom may join the nuclear arms race, and b
. >>> there was another huge outpouring of antigovernment sentiment today in syria. correspondent leland vittert reports as usual some of the dissidents paid the ultimate price. >> in duma, they chanted. the syrian army are traders. in homs, "our martyrs are heroes." here hama -- [ chanting ] "bashear, the people want your excuse." in largest rally for months opposition group say hundreds of thousands of antigovernment protesters took to the street. demanding the end of president saleh's regime. it would also be among the months claiming the live of dozen of protesters. countless others were wounded. like this man in damascus. shot through the shoulder and carried on. he is among the lucky one. others have to wait till friends drag them to safety. the camera man offering a troubling and clear prayer. "god is great," he said. another camera man capturing the army relentless assault on unarmed protesters asked, "where are the arab league monitors ?" the monitors, themselves had to take cover from incoming fire. they reportedly told crowds they will not help them kick out assad. now protesters are begging.
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acknowledge there is an impact. >>trace: thank you, steve, from des moines. and syria, where activists say security forces have killed a dozen people. today. some in an area where peace monitoring are reportedly keeping watch. this is amateur video showing security forces shooting at protesters early today. we cannot confirm that because syria's government bans foreign journalists. the regime allows the arab league observers into the country early this week and in an amateur video we are told you can hear a protest begging the monitors for help. and now, live in neighboring israel. are the observers doing any good at all? >> the short answer is, no. if anything over the past couple of days the violence is worse. a lot of the video we are seeing coming from syria shows the observers taking coverage from automatic weapons fire next to the protesters who they are supposed to be there to observe that there is in violence but it does not seem like the syrian government is keeping the promise to end the crackdown. but the observers are also coming uncriticism because their leader has a very ques
. >>> deadly crackdown on anti-government protesters raging in syria even though arab league monitors are on the scene. we're getting reports that the violence is worse than we originally thought. we're live in the region next. [gunfire] are you receiving a payout from a legal settlement or annuity over 10 or even 20 years? call imperial structured settlements. the experts at imperial can convert your long-term payout into a lump sum of cash today. arthel: some developing stories we're keeping an eye on. more tensions between the u.s. and iran over the strait of hormuz. the pentagon warns any attempt to close the key oil transit channel will not be tolerated. iran fires back saying that the u.s. is quote, in no position to give orders. >>> a slight rise in fixed mortgage rates this week. freddie mac says the average on the 30-year home loan increased to 3.95%. still many americans are unable to take advantage of the best rates in history. >>> and polar bears cubs, there they are, adorable ready to meet the public on new year's day in china. the male cubs were born october 14th. they a
to -- move on to syria so we'll have time for new year's resolution. the syrian government just keeps killing protesters. >> let's be really clear about what is happening here. this is a massacre. in fact, it's been a massacre for a long time now. it's going on right in front of the entire international community. i want to just remind everybody what this government said about libya, how we weren't going to stand by to let dictator who lost legitimacy master chemo. that is what is happening now. charles? >> generally a delegation like this helps the regime because it provides respite and cover to the exact opposite effect, demonstrators are out in force. i think it's accelerating the pace of the revolution. >> i think that is true what charles said. it has. a huge crowd of bigger than ever it turned out protest crowds in syria. my question is where is president obama? it is a masser there. they threatened and tried to assault the american ambassador there who left for a while and now is back there. i think effectively muzzled. i'm afraid president obama still thinks he can get arms talks with
? >> harris: greg palkot, thank you very much. monitors are in syria keeping watch. [gunfire] activists inside syria say forces regime troops firing live ammunition and tear gas against the citizens protesting against the government. we cannot confirm this for ourselves and syria bans foreign journalists from entering the country. we are relying on am mur video like what you are watching. monitors with the arab league arrived on monday supposedly to observe the situation. from reports inside syria, it seems their arrival has reenjerry jizzed the protesters with thousands of them now taking the streets. the united nations says more than 5,000 people have died in syria's uprising since it began in march. the feds say a controversial new law could let violent criminals who are in our country illegally go right out of jail. now, some lawmakers in congress want to crack down. a live report on fox report from illinois. plus, it's catching unlike, well, wildfire. the numbers are in. so what do you think was one of the hottest holiday gifts? [ male announcer ] if you're giving an amazing gift, shouldn
no signs of letting up despite the presence of monitors from the arab league to ensure that syria's government ends their bloody crackdown. >> heather: prime minister nouri al-maliki says the u.s. troop withdrawal begins a new chapter for his country. they broadcast the ceremony in baghdad. praising iraqis for us on tings saddam hussein and urged his people to move forward in unity as the nation focuses on rebuilding. >> gregg: it has been a fairly big diplomatic year from iran's nuclear ambitions to the crisis in syria. his approach to international delaware over the past three years has, diplomacy has been different but has it paid off? what can we expect from the administration next year. former advisor of six secretary of states and can the america have another great president, author of a book. how would you assess his efforts at dialogue with adversaries? >> no speck spectacular failures or spectacular achievements. i thinkhave learned whether democrats or republicans that in the end at least these days its cruel and unforgiving world. there is a place for diplomacy and dial
places to put the bodies following the typhoon and flash flooding. syria. as protests continue across the country, the deputy foreign minister signing a peace deal to allow the 21 nation arab league to send in observers. it's part of a plan to end the government's bloody crackdown. shows soldiers and activists facing off in homes. we can't independently confirm this because syria bars foreign journalists. colombia soccer fans furious after the team's defeat. we are told it started on the field when fans rushed some of the players. then they took the violence to the streets reportedly beating and knifing people and facing off with riot police. officials say at least 12 people were hurt and dozens arrested. siberia. forcing one man to wait for rescue on 00 roof. flights diverted to a nearby airport as firefighters work to get the flames under control. nobody hurt but the blaze destroyed the building. officials are investigating and that's a wrap on this fox trip around the world in 80 seconds. >> around the world is brought to you by verizon. your holiday smart phone destination. >> she
." tonight, syria, now said to be in the throws of a brand-new civil war. and here at home, your paycheck likely going to change in january. the question is, will it get bigger or smaller? >>> congress is considering whether to extend payroll tax cuts. >> the republicans can stap the heat. >> shep: how will lawmakers cover the cost? >> no reason we should pay for that by raising taxes on the employers we're counting on to help this economy. >> shep: tonight the debate over your paycheck. plus, mystery in aruba. for months, prosecutors held this man in the disappearance of his travel companion. now he's off the island and trying to explain his behavior. tonight gary giordano on what he says really happened the day this woman disappeared. but first from fox on thursday night, we're expecting the u.s. in the to vote tonight on two plans to try to keep our taxes from going up a month from now. a live look at the senate floor where both bills are expected to die tonight. even though leaders of both parties claim they want to extend the payroll tax cut. just yesterday, president obama said lett
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to the f 22. >> shepard: thank you. the white house is calling for syria's president to step down after human rights groups accuse government forces of an organized massacre. a witness and activist say troops surrounded an entire town yesterday and killed everyone inside. more than 100 people. [shouting] [gunfire] >> shepard: amateur video here of gunman cracking down on protesters in another city yesterday. of course, as usual, we can't verify this since syria will not let our journalists into the country. activists report 200 people have died in two days even after the president there bashir assad agreed to a peace plan. heading to syria tomorrow to enforce that agreement. the white house says assad has flagrantly violated the deal and does not deserve to rule in syria. a mother's last ditch effort to help a daughter by writing a letter to santa claus. you can tell from this little girl's smile the big guy did not disappoint. then, forget about fries. one burger chain is betting you would rather have a side of share chardonnay. the king could use a drink or two. there is word tonight
, the arab spring is still not finished business, we don't know where egypt will head up and how syria is going to end and finally, russia, you know, vladimir putin, who seemed to be ready to coast to his third or fourth or fifth term in office, is now in serious trouble and we might have an arab spring-like turmoil there, too. >> wow, so, dan, he's covered the world and which of those do you think is likely to do those, the biggest influence on america? >> i think, paul, in a sense, it is the arab spring, which has. >> really? >> i'll tell you why, it's turned into the arab sandstorm at the moment. we've had the tension over the straits of hormuz and the egyptian government's raiding foreign institutions, operations inside egypt like freedom house, which is a u.s. human rights group and killing continues in syria and the turkish government bombed the kurds in northern turkey and libya is trying to form a government without any help from the united states. admittedly our options are limited. why are they limited? the arab spring started last january and at least 11 nations erupted defe
an eye on it. thank you. there is also a new wave of bloodshed in syria to tell you about. hundreds of thousands of protesters flooding the streets there after friday prayers. a live report on that coming up. jamie: plus security is already tight in new york city's times square. you can imagine over a million people expected and revelers ringing in the new year will need a warm coat. we'll tell you what you need wherever you're celebrating. we have your foxcast. that is coming up next. ♪ ♪ [ woman ] ♪ what i want this season ♪ if you'd like to try and guess ♪ ♪ it is something very special ♪ i would readily confess [ dogs barking ] ♪ 'cause all i want this season ♪ ♪ is something from your heart ♪ la da da, la da da [ male announcer ] thinking of others this holiday season, travelers. jamie: countdown, it has begun. the big new year's eve party right around the corner. look at at crossroads of america, times square in new york city. as we said a million people could be crowding the streets saturday night to watch the ball drop and ring in 2012. what will they n
, thank you. jenna: "happening now," escalating violence in syria, we're getting reports that security forces have fired on a funeral procession killing two people, raising today's death toll to at least 28. all of these reports tough to verify, of course, from the outside looking in. leland vittert is live from jerusalem as he takes a look at what's happening in that part of the world. leland? >> reporter: hi, jenna. right now we're looking at a death toll that is now well over 5,000 since these protests began, and there's a feeling that if assad government falls, the new regime in syria would actually be the first western-friendly regime that could come out of the arab spring. that means russia and iran are certainly putting a lot of force behind keeping assad in power, and the stakes here are very high. from mass anti-government protests to running street battles, the fight for syria has entered a new chapter, pitting the well-equipped army against it own people. >> the army is pretty strong. we should not forget that bashar has the spear yorety of -- superiority of using the air fo
closer to the iowa caucuses. jon: let's get carl a umbrella. breaking news out of syria, more than 200 people killed in those vie atlanta clashes over the past few days. check out this amateur video. this shows the fighting between protestors and government security forces. syria has banned most journalists and independent reporting inside the country. most of the footage we are left to show is shot by witnesses and uploaded onto social media sites. leland vittert is live in jerusalem for us now. >> reporter: that video that is coming out of syria is tough to watch. pretty soon we will have to come up with a new name other than protestors to describe what is going on in that country as it ascends into a war. it appears bashar al-assad has attacked some neighborhoods and killed everybody inside. so far in the past couple of days we hear about 200 deaths, but that number could certainly go much, much higher. there is yet to be any kind of territorial division inside like we saw in libya. there is always now a free syrian army, and these rebels gave us some of the first look at themselves
of this because syria won't let journalists in to the country. syria signed off last week on an arab league deal to send in those observers to see if assad's regime really would end the violence which the u.n. reports has killed more than 5,000 people since march. today the white house called the crackdown who are risk. horrific. trying to find toddler for two weeks with announcement that has new tips pouring in by the minute. the desperate search for the little girl. plus, another democratic lawmaker set to step down from capitol hill. how could this change the landscape of power? as fox reports tonight. [ male announcer ] you have plans... moments you're looking forward to... what if they were stolen from you? by alzheimer's. this cruel disease costs americans more than $180 billion a year, and could cripple medicare in the near future. the alzheimer's association is taking action, and has been a part of every major advancement. but we won't rest until we have a cure. you have plans... help the alzheimer's association protect them. act now, go to ♪ if you're like my patients, you wa
in syria as record crowds turn out in new protests across the country. we have brand-new video of some of the demonstrations that took place friday and you can hear gun fire in the background if you listen as police are using water cannons to try to break up the crowds. activists say at least 22 people were killed. the violence showing no sign of letting up despite the presence of monitors from the arab league who were there to insure syria's government ends their bloody crackdown. >>> and major new developments out of iran today after a pair of controversial promises turn out to be more bark than bite. tehran pulling the plug on a long-range missile test and denying rumors that they would shut down a major shipping route. in fact, a top expert even discussed iran's plan for a six-party nuclear talks. feel it might be early to celebrate diplomatic victories. doug has more on that. >> good evening. it appears that the threat of new western sanctions against iran is now in conjunction i should say with the presence of three u.s. aircraft carriers within striking distance of iraq, may h
of a power sharing deal with relatives and with the military. another deadly day in syria. president bashar assad's regime continuing a bloody crackdown on its own people even as arab league observers arite in the country to monitor a deal to end the violence. activists say the government forces killed at least 23 people in the central city of hamas today. the city is imeerg up -- gearing up for a massive assault. [gunfire] >> this is amateur of government troops apparently shelling buildings in hams. we can't confirm that since syria won't let foreign journalists into the country. activists say government forces have killed 275 civilians in the past week since president assad agreed to let the arab league send in monitors. filibuster well, after a busy year in d.c. president obama is taking a break in hawaii and getting to know some of his supporters. his close encounter with a very curious baby. plus new polling numbers ahead. the latest for a search for a missing toddler in maine. what police say they think led to her disappearance more than a week ago. that's next. are >> trace: he is p
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to impose more sanctions on iran because of the nuclear program. >> heather: in syria, dictatorship finding a new way to banning phones likely to keep the fighting out of view. the order coming from the confuse tomorrow's department of the syrian finance ministry. many of the pictures showing anti-government protests that have come from amateur footage posted on the internet. according to the u.n., 4,000 people have been killed in syria that is just since march. >> gregg: back here, new help in the search for the missing baby lisa irwin, john walsh bringing his expertise to the case. here is more. >> he helped bring more than 60 children in the past 24 years and now involved in the baby lisa case, helping that 4 million viewers will help solve the mystery and bring lisa back here. john walsh america's most wanted made his life's mission to protect children. >> in kansas city, missouri, the search continues to find missing 11-month-old lisa irwin. >> and premiere on lifetime the show featured baby lisa stories along with pictures. the attorney says the show's attention the family didn't solo
, in syria, also, asking for the resumption of israeli and palestinian peace talks. and our greg burke is still standing by, streaming live from rome. hi, greg, merry christmas. >> reporter: jamie, that's right. you know, merry christmas, the pope, basically making a major plea for peace as you say, especially, in the middle east. the land where christ himself was born and it is an incredible crowd this morning, in and around st. peter's square lake and a crowd from all over the world as he gave his christmas greeting in more than 60 languages, he starts with italian and ends with latin and, chinese and arabic and everything in between, and, as he wishes everyone a happy and healthy christmas and two main messages, today it was about peace, praying for an end to so many places where there is violence, but, also, praying for people and asking krifrjs chris pray for people, involved in natural disasters and during this period it is important to be close to them and last night, his focus was on the real sense of christmas and saying, don't get caught up in the glitter of all of the lights
month. activists in syria say security forces killed at least nine people today, including two children. this is said to be video from the city of homs thursday that purports to show a government tank fires in a residential area. the family of a retired f.b.i. agent is begging for his release, in another of long line of issues between the republic and u.s. correspondent jennifer griffin looks at whether we are already at war with iran. >> the capture of a downed u.s. sentinel drone reveals that the u.s. was flying spy missions from air base in afghanistan, actively gathering information over iran. the latest in a series of mysterious events including explosions and assassinations. targeting iran nuclear scientists. some argue the covert war against the nuclear program is underway. it began more than a year ago. first, a cyber attack on natan, 1,000 centrifuges destroyed by the network. then, a dozen mysterious explosions at the home of iran's nuclear scientist. the head of iran atomic energy organization wounded by a car bomb. explosion at a secret missile base and head of a long range
. happy new year. good of you. >>guest: happy new year to you. >>trace: in syria hundreds of thousands are taking to the streets in what could be the biggest protest that country has seen in months. we are told it is a show of defiance against the regime taking place in front of abe league peace observers. this is amateur video said to show an explosion in the cap it will city of damascus, and we are seeing more video which activists claim show security forces shooting protesters and the activists say at least 22 people died in the fighting today but question not indepedently confirm any of it because syria's government bans foreign journalists. >> police in california say they will be cracking down on distracted driving but how can they tell if someone is distracted or a cell phone or changing the radio? is it illegal to eat a sandwich behind the wheel? [ male announcer ] you never know when, but thieves can steal your identity. turning your life upside down in a matter of seconds. hi. hi. you know i can save you 15% today if you open up a charge card account with us. you just rea
with stones. we can not independently confirm this because syria bars foreign journalists. all of this unfolding as arab league observers monitor progress and ending the ten months of bloodshed that have reportedly killed at least 5,000 people. state tv showing day two of their tour in holmes where an independent journalist claims to have captured these images on the days leading up to christmas. chaos in the streets as protesters reportedly attempt to dodge sniper attacks and south of there, dead levi less than in damascus university after a student opened fire in the middle of an exam. our top story as we go around the world in 80 seconds. syria. according to a local news agency, the sore more took out a hand gun and targeted fellow students. we're told one of them tried to stop the suspect who shot him three times, killing him. four others hurt. a witness said some of those students support president assad. the gunman reportedly still on the run. >>> indonesia. days of heavy rain triggered a deadly flow of cold lava from a volcanic eruption earlier this month. thousands evac
-il there were reports that north korea was working with syria to develop a nuclear weapon in syria. and there was a diplomatic relationship there with one leader and apparently president assad well. this leader kim jong-il is gone. i'm wondering with the death of moammar qaddafi as well how all these different relationships are changing between these countries that are our enemies. >> sure, i think the good news here is that lots of the dictator -- we've just reflected that there are dictators who thankfully are gone. there are also dictatorships that are on the offensive or under siege. syria is in 0 that category. even a country like iran, the mullahs had a bad year, they thought they had momentum. they've been put on the defensive because of what has happened elsewhere in the region. they've found themselves in an awkward supporting democracy and protests in egypt but deny it in iran. that necessarily means they probably have less time and energy to be able to cause mischief elsewhere. jenna: one would hope, right, that's the ideal situation. we are going into 2012 reflecting on
20 people are dead in syria after government tanks opened fire on anti-government protestors. it happened in holmes, a city at the heart of the nine-month-old uprising. violence there intensifying despite an agreement by president bashar al-assad to end the offensive against demonstrators. as monitors from the arab league arrive in that country on the verge of an all-out civil war leland vittert is keeping an eye on it live from jerusalem right now. leav >> reporter: what seems like is happening is the syrian government is trying to kill as many people as they possibly can before the arab observers get in place. they are scheduled to land in damascus in the next couple of hours. this is a race against the clock and brutality if you will. the video that is coming to us out of holmes is really, really disturbing stuff. this is the city that was at the very heart of the uprising and resistance there. the president's father, bashar al-assad's father there in syria killed 20,000 people in holmes when they revolted back in the 1980s. tanks are in the street. they are indiscriminate
the situation in syria is taking another deadly turn today. at least four soldiers were killed and 12 others injured in an ambush today. meantime arobject league monitors are now in that country in hopes of ending the government crackdown there. leland vittert following this live from our jerusalem bureau. >> reporter: it doesn't appear as if the arab league observers have exactly succeeded in ending the violence. not only did we have the syrian soldiers killed, we had a number of syrian civilians who were activists killed there inside the syria. it seems like the violence is subsiding a little bit. there are now tens of thousands of people out on the streets in the city of holmes, in the holmes has been lifted now as the observers are in place and tens of thousands of people are back on the street demanding that bashar al-assad step down. a couple of weeks ago they would have been met with artillery fire. that is certainly an improvement on the situation there on the ground. we have a second piece of video, though, to show you the kind of crackdowns that are still going on, this is in the c
: taking a look at the viciousness in syria. a pair of suicide car bomb attacks killing 40 and injuring more than a hundred. in the capital of damascus. the government there blaming al qaeda for those attacks saying it's proof that terrorists are behind the 10-month long uprising there. there are a lot of doubts about that claim. canada's foreign minister called the allegations comical. opponents of the regime hinting that the syrian government may have orchestrated the attack in an effort to justify their brutal repression. keep in mind the united nations reports that more than a thousand people have died in syria since those protests began. in fact, we're told government forces slaughtered more than 100 fleeing villagers on tuesday alone. the fox chief report correspondent jonathan hunt joins me with more. a lot of skepticism about the regime's claim. >> in the eyes of many experts it's all too con yent. the american league observers aride yesterday within hours and you get these attacks enabling the assad regime to say you see, we told you. so these are terrorists, not pro-democracy
interesting. jennifer griffin thank you very much, good to see. >> you despite montle of blood test in syria, thousands of protesters hit the streets again today once again calling for the downfall of their president. [chanting] >> harris: we're told this is one of the largest antigovernment demonstrations since the uprising began back in march. international observers are now inside syria and they have been since monday to monitor progress on the plan to end the regime's deadly crackdown on protesters. activists say government forces killed at least another 19 people today. the united nations continues to report an estimated 5,000 people have died since the violence began months ago. well, many of our nation's military heros are fighting to survive the economy once they get home returning from war. now a new program putting a different kind of battle buddy at their side. in california, community colleges are joining forces with the department of veterans affairs. to help some of our service members go back to school. the unemployment rate among veterans serving since the iraq war began has
of the deadliest single attacks in syria against their own people. witnesses say syrian troops have wipe out an entire village. more than 100 people killed by a barrage of rockets, bombs and gunfire in northern syria, a region of intense anti-government protest. one activists reports it as, quote, an organized massacre. boxing champ, mayweather junior, after pleading guilt tow reduced charges of domestic violence and harassment, accused of punching his ex-girlfriend, pulling her hair and twisting her arm. he avoided a felony trial by agreeing to a plea deal. he will report to jail on january 6. i'm ainsley earhardt, back to "on the record" with gret a. thanks for watching. >> former speaker of the house, newt is launching a revolt against the judicial branch, saying that judges who made radical rulings should be removed by congress. he is causing alarm evens within his own party. what would that do to the government's balance of power? a former judge is here. she has written a book called patriot acts, what americans must do to save the republic. i should add that we both were colleagues at
through the borders go to syria. and our whole plan of isolating the regime is going to fail now. because they're supporting the regime through iraq and connecting with hezbollah or other problems. so, the fact that these events are happening in iraq is not on the regional level not just for iraq. >> what can we do from here. even if we don't have troops on the ground with prime minister maliki. i don't want to say influence, they're their own country at this point, but can we have an impact that keeps us safe here at home? >> look, the real answer to this whole thing is to make sure to contain the iranian regime. that's where the problem is. i mean, without iranian convention in iraq, most of the issues will be addressed so we need to be very clear. against iraq and the military exercises and all of that has to be-- we need to do a strategic change in our policy towards iran to get results in iraq and syria and in lebanon. >> jamie: tell me what that would look like for us. >> it would look like us telling iranian leadership there are red lines inside iraq. it will look like we reaching
to the mediterranean through its ally syria. with all due respect to ron paul, i think i have never heard a more dangerous answer for american security than the one that we just heard from ron paul. i'll tell you the reason why. the reason why i would say that is because we know without a shadow of a doubt that iran will take a nuclear weapon, they will use it to wipe our ally israel off the face of the map. and they stated they will use it against the united states of america. look no further than the iranian constitution, which states unequivocally that their mission is to extend jihad across the world and eventually to set up for worldwide calworldwide caliphat. we would be fools to ignore their purpose and their plan. >> bret: congressman paul? >> obviously, i would like to see a lot less nuclear weapons. i don't want iran to have a nuclear weapon. i would like to reduce them because there would be less chance of war. but to declare war on 1.2 billion muslims and say all muslims are the same, this is dangerous talk. yeah, there are some radicals. but they don't come here to kill us because w
from syria. government television there showing pictures of war games that supposedly happened over the weekend. we have no way to verify that since syria won't let foreign journalists into the country at all. analysts say these exercises more intense than usual and similar to a real battle. the u.s. has called for the syrian president bashar assad to step down after eight month crackdown on protesters. estimate some 4,000 people have been killed. a serious political set back for one of the world's most powerful men. delivered a blow to vladimir putin's ruling party as it lost several key seats in parliament this weekend. opponents now call it the party of thieves. today the secretary of state for the united states hillary clinton says the u.s. is concerned about possible election day fraud. the russian people like people everywhere deserve the right to have their voices heard and they are both counted. >> keep in mind the u.s. has given russia nearly $10 billion in aid over the past decade. brand new protests in moscow reportedly some of the largest that city has seen in many years
on this christmas heist next. jon: there's new information now on the link between iran and syria. fox news jerusalem learning exclusively what tehran is doing now to help syria's leader assad embattled regime. all of this comes as the arab league arrives in damascus to prepare for monitoring the mission there. leland vittert with all the late-breaking details live from our jerusalem bureau. >> reporter: hi, jon. this may be a case of syrian government trying to kill as many people as they can before the arab league actually as observers there on the ground. latest numbers say 200 dead just this week. and the syrians are getting a lot of help from the iranians. that in of itself is not all that surprising but we've learned from western intelligence source that is the iranians are sending weapons, ammunition and also men on commercial airliners with passengers on board and they're doing that to try to get around some international sanctions to keeped assad in power. sear syria's powerful air force and army are among the most well-equipped in the middle east with russian fighter jets, attack
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